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[Legacy of Martin Luther King, 1970]


Published 1970


Description: John Conyers and Jesse Jackson (Issues and Answers). Michael Tabor in Berkeley. Dick Gregory - Oakland Auditorium. Reverend Ralph Abernathy.

Collection Guide: H.K. Yuen Collection

Call Number: 6-1970

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Date 1970
Source 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape
Run time 02:05:51
Language English
Contact Information Ethnic Studies Library, 30 Stephens Hall #2360, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-2360, Telephone: (510) 643-1234, http://eslibrary.berkeley.edu


Notes

Sound: Yuen, Hoh-Kun (H.K.)

Note on original reel: "I. (a) Martin Luther King speaks: 'Genocide.' A Position on the Question of Life (b) John Conyers + Jesse Jackon on Whitney Young vs. M.L. King + Answers the white interviewer's persistent q. on 'violence' -- Excerpt from 12/27/70 'Issues + Answers' (c) [KPFA broadcast] '(You Can Kill a Revolutionary, But) You Can't Kill the Revolution,' a program about the life and death of Fred Hampton, the Illinois state chairman of the Black Panther Party who was killed by the Chicago Police on December 4, 1969. This program was produced by Radio Free People in New York. (d) Michael Tabor in Berkeley Nove 10, 1970. II. (0) 1/6/71 Dick Gregory speech at Okld auditorium (a) His press conference preceding the speech (b) [KPFA broadcast] 'Send Not to Ask For Whom the Bell Tolls,' a speech by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's president, the Reverend Ralph David Albernathy, delivered to a Soul Rally for the Howard University Mississippi Project. One of a series from SCLC called Martin Luther King Speaks. 'The Problem We Now Face.'"

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Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape